Definition of Exarchal

1. Adjective. of or relating to an exarch ¹



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Definition of Exarchal

1. exarch [adj] - See also: exarch

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Exarchal

exanthrope
exanthropic
exantlate
exantlated
exantlates
exantlating
exantlation
exaptation
exaptations
exapted
exaptive
exarate
exaration
exarations
exarch
exarchal (current term)
exarchate
exarchates
exarchies
exarchs
exarchy
exarillate
exarteritis
exarticulate
exarticulation
exarticulations
exascale
exasecond
exaseconds
exasperate

Literary usage of Exarchal

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Monastic Life from the Fathers of the Desert to Charlemagne by Thomas William Allies (1896)
"At the end of the Gothic war the exarchal viceroyalty is riveted on them. That chain is doubly linked. The civil subjection is complete. Not the Pope only, ..."

2. The Monastic Life from the Fathers of the Desert to Charlemagne: Eighth by Thomas William Allies (1896)
"At the end of the Gothic war the exarchal viceroyalty is riveted on them. That chain is doubly linked. The civil subjection is complete. ..."

3. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... synodical assemblies of bishops under primatial, exarchal, or patriarchal authority, recorded from the fourth and fifth centuries, and possibly earlier. ..."

4. Lectures on ecclesiastical history by George Campbell (1834)
"... not only to the three great patriarchal sees in the east, Constantinople, Alexandria, and Antioch, but even to the principal of those called exarchal, ..."

5. The Canons of the First Four General Councils of Nicaea, Constantinople by William Bright (1892)
"... by resentment against the 28th canon to accept from Timothy the Weasel a ' restoration of its patriarchal' or exarchal independence (cp. Evagrius, iii. ..."

6. The Monastic Life from the Fathers of the Desert to Charlemagne by Thomas William Allies (1896)
"At the end of the Gothic war the exarchal viceroyalty is riveted on them. That chain is doubly linked. The civil subjection is complete. Not the Pope only, ..."

7. The Monastic Life from the Fathers of the Desert to Charlemagne: Eighth by Thomas William Allies (1896)
"At the end of the Gothic war the exarchal viceroyalty is riveted on them. That chain is doubly linked. The civil subjection is complete. ..."

8. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann (1913)
"... synodical assemblies of bishops under primatial, exarchal, or patriarchal authority, recorded from the fourth and fifth centuries, and possibly earlier. ..."

9. Lectures on ecclesiastical history by George Campbell (1834)
"... not only to the three great patriarchal sees in the east, Constantinople, Alexandria, and Antioch, but even to the principal of those called exarchal, ..."

10. The Canons of the First Four General Councils of Nicaea, Constantinople by William Bright (1892)
"... by resentment against the 28th canon to accept from Timothy the Weasel a ' restoration of its patriarchal' or exarchal independence (cp. Evagrius, iii. ..."

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